Bringing Search to Life in Evernote Web in Behind the Scenes Series Posted November 7, 2019 4 minutes ago, nigebj said: This seems to work quite well (just found all of a particular subject matter which was not correctly 'filed'). Only issue I had was having selected 11 items using "<searchterm> -notebook:correct-notebook", I went through each using "Move to ..." - at some points it refreshed the list (dropping out ones I had moved) and others it did not. I could not workout what triggered it to rerun the search. This isn't a big issue, other than wasted cycles and reordering my results which of course caused some dissonance as I was trying to work through the list. Being able to multi-select in the search results column (to allow a group of items to all be 'moved' to another notebook together) would be a real productivity booster! That said I notice the dynamic results seem to stop when you negate using a word which does not appear (as regular text) in the search. What I mean is: "photography" finds a lot of my notes. "photography -n" suggest "night photography" and "night photographer" (can't quite rationalize this as I am trying to negate the term, but that is what it does. "photography -no" - to start building "photography -notebook:photography" suggest nothing ... despite many entries with words like "not", "note" and even "know" (because it partial matches). So I tried ""photography per" - to build to "photography personal" (which has 13 hits) - it shows the suggestion ""photography peak" - no idea why ... I'd assumed this was using merged results from columnar indexing of the whole - it clearly is not. So why does the (immediately) above search work as it does? And why does negating not get considered in the suggested results (it appears to ignore the 'special' character of "-" when doing the index match which is the exactly wrong thing to do in that specific case. Ignoring some special characters possibly does make sense (maybe ignoring @ so a username might match regardless of whether prefixed) - it just does not make sense to ignore those which are functional in the actual search term.